The holidays officially began on Wednesday night.
At least, they did as far as we’re concerned because that was the night we officially kicked off our Home for the Holidays campaign at Tstreet Roadhouse in Belmar. What started as an idea, grew into meetings, blossomed into planning, and culminated in Wednesday night’s event. It’s always a funny feeling watching something go from a simple idea to becoming a real thing that no longer just belongs to our small circle of planners, but to everybody.
Because truly this campaign belongs to everyone. We’ve never tried anything like what we’ve created with Firefly, and while that’s always a bit scary, we can only accomplish so much on our own, so launching the big idea is always worth it. We’re excited about the future of the Denver Metro area, and we’re optimistic about our success. We’ve got a great track record here at Peak, so why wouldn’t we want to figure out a way to make an impact bigger than ourselves and give back to a community that needs it?
Seeing the faces of everyone who joined us for drinks and appetizers at Tstreet Roadhouse made me feel like we’re on the right path and that big things are ahead. Wednesday night was only the start, and I can’t wait to share with you more of our events going forward.
For now, please enjoy some photos from the event.